Fighting Off ‘Runner’s Knee’
by Erik B on Jun 11, 2015
Patellofemoral pain syndrome a.k.a. “Runner’s Knee” is a large pain behind the kneecap typical experienced by runners and other active people. While this can be painful and inconvenient, there are ways to stave off pain and heal it. Place an icepack for 20 to 30 minutes every 3 hours for the next couple days until the pain is gone. You can also take anti-inflammatory meds and elevate your knee in order to speed up your recovery. For more tips on treating “Runner’s Knee,” click here:: Sore knees: tips to keep the pain away
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